Studying Smart & Hard

At Jyot Academy, our students really study. We make sure they go the extra mile to learn and prove that they are the best. More »

Giving an examination becomes easy

While some take time to give exams, others finish first. At Jyot Academy our students have a track record for being successful no matter what. More »

Picnic at Jyot Academy

At Jyot Academy Education should be fun right?we strive to give our students a relaxing break when the time is right. More »

Jyot Academy celebrates a birthday

At Jyot Academy co-curricular activities are equally important. Some of our students will one day become great managers, entrepreneurs and perhaps great musicians! The next AR Rehman could be from Jyot Academy! More »

Jyot Academy Students

At Jyot Academy we strive to give our students a relaxing break when the time is right. Education should be fun right? More »

Celebrations at Jyot Academy

Sometimes after a lot of studying, it\'s time to play and have fun. More »

Making Friends at Jyot Academy

Competition is important but so is making friends. At Jyot Academy our students find common interests and make friends. More »

Jyot Academy Dinners

We and our students spend time outside the educational institute too. We have our a dinner out where we talk about everything except studying. This probably is what makes a big happy family. More »

At Jyot Academy you make Friends for Life

At Jyot Academy you make Friends for Life More »

Learning outside class

At Jyot Academy you learn from each other when you interact with fellow students and friends. You get to share interests, and learn a bit about each other and their passions. More »

Student Faculty Networking with Jyot Academy

Sharing stories between ex students, students and faculties allow a great deal of exchanging information and building a network that could help in the future. More »

 

Category Archives: Study Guide

Test #1

Test Paper 1

Enjoy a sport or a hobby

Students who only focus on studying and study really hard, secure good grades or perhaps even top the class often are not as successful as those who studied well but also were good at co-curricular activities. Mark Zuckerberg used to spend a lot of time fencing (sports) and became the captain of the fencing team. Of course make sure you spend time studying, and enjoying your favorite sport or hobby without disturbing the other.

Make things interesting

Make things interesting. Logical arguments will not give you motivation to study. Thinking that if I study hard and get into a good university and get a good job, etc., will not interest you. Love what you do. Try to find the beauty of every subject, and most importantly try to link it with the events of your life and things that interest you. This linking may be conscious (ie. performing chemical reactions, physical experiments or manual mathematics calculations in order to prove a formula) or unconscious (eg. You go to the park and look at the leaves. Then you think to yourself, Hmm, let me review the parts of the leaf we learned in bio class last week). Even though this might not sound the most ideal method for theoretical subjects such as English, use your creativity to make stuff up. For example try to write a story with all subjects starting with S, all objects starting with O, and no verbs containing V.